The Kontinental Hockey League’s commission has determined the best player of the fourth week of the Regular Season in four categories.
- Best goalie was Konstantin Barulin (HC Sochi), who won two of three away games and suffered no regulation defeats. In these games, Barulin posted a save percentage of 96.15 (best performance of the week) and a goals-against average of 0.97.
- Best defenseman was Pavel Turbin (Amur), who had three assists in four away games. The Amur defenseman ended the week posting no negative ratings, earning a +2. He also had 12 hits (best numbers of the week among defensemen) and blocked 6 shots.
- Best forward was Rob Klinkhammer (Ak Bars), who won three of four games with his team, scoring four goals (best numbers of the week among forwards), earning a +1. The Canadian forward scored a double against Admiral and the game-winning goal against Sibir. Moreover, Klinkhammer had 12 shots on goal and 9 hits.
- Best rookie was forward Nikita Shashkov (Sibir), who scored a double against Vityaz. In that game, Shashkov first scored his first KHL goal, then he added the game-winner. He had an average time on ice of 10 minutes and 24 seconds, earning a +2 for the week, blocking 2 shots and adding 5 hits.